I went out to the range on south Cushman today and put a few rounds downrange with the .375 H&H to test a couple loads. After that, it was time to put in some time with the .45 LC to make sure I'll be proficient enough to hopefully kill a bear with it later on this month. I began by shooting five rounds at 25 yards off hand just for grins. After that, I fired ten rounds at 50 yards over my knees. I was quite impressed with my results there. Discounting three fliers, the other seven rounds were right around three inches. Since I had the range to myself, I figured it'd be interesting to see just what I was capable of printing with the same conditions at 100 yards. At this point I only had five rounds remaining and had perforated two targets already. I just had to see what kind of drop I'd get, and the area between my upper and lower target was clean so I figured the top target would be a good aiming point to begin with. I fired all five rounds, then checked out the results. I ended up placing five rounds of hard cast 320s over 9 grains of Unique into 5.25". I was rather impressed, especially since this was my first attempt at target shooting with my 5.5" barreled Ruger Bisley past 50 yards.